If you follow me on Instagram (Skindeepblogger) then you may have spotted my latest Sunday pampering photo, where I showed that I had incorporated Bumble & Bumble Quenching Masque into my routine to treat my tresses. I wanted to follow up on the photo by sharing my thoughts.
As with all Bumble & Bumble products, I liked the packaging. I think of Bumble & Bumble as an effortlessly cool brand and as such, I was happy to have the product on display in my shower. The packaging clearly communicates the hair type that the mask is targeted towards and the directions were clear and easy to follow. What's more, I appreciated the functionality of the tube packaging.
I personally prefer the convenience of masks which get to work in under 5 minutes. Bumble & Bumble Quenching Masque should be left on hair for 10 minutes so it's not too much of a commitment albeit longer than I'd like (& when it came to using the mask, I reduced the time that I left it on my fine hair). That said, some may enjoy the pampering element that this affords.
The rich cream texture was easy to work through my hair. Likewise, I found it rinsed away with relative ease. The mask has a pleasant, high end scent which wasn't overpowering and didn't linger in my hair once it had been dried & styled.
Following use, my hair felt soft and was very shiny. My fine hair was slightly weighed down despite not leaving the mask on for the full 10 minutes and as such, I feel that this mask is best suited to those with thicker & dry hair (which it is targeted towards).
At £31 for 150ml, Bumble & Bumble Quenching Masque is undeniably pricey. Whilst I enjoyed the usage, in terms of delivering results it's not my favourite mask out of those I've tried (I love the Macadamia Deep Repair Masque, reviewed here) but may be worth a look if you have dry hair.